reached the expected standard in KS2 Reading, Writing and Maths, which is top in the North East region and 16th in England. National average is 64%
We work with the educational community locally, regionally and country-wide to deliver high quality and high impact education improvement services. Although the education landscape continues to change, we aim to be a point of stability, quality and innovation.
We aim always to listen carefully to the needs of schools. Our motivation in all that we do is the achievement of the children and young people we work for and with.
Please feel free to contact us to begin the conversation. Remember that we are much stronger when we work together and educationGateshead is there for you at the heart of our learning community.
Give me a fish and I eat for a day. Teach me to fish and I eat for a lifetime.- Chinese Proverb
A re-run of Pauline Braviner's popular Introduction to Scratch session. There are 2 forthcoming sessions. March 18th at 9-12.00 and 1-4.00pm at Dryden Centre. Maximum of 10 attendees per session. Cost: £60.00 (SLA) / £160 (non SLA)pp plus 50% discount for schools with...
The Internet and our Safety in 2014. Radio 4 You and Yours live from Baltic, Gateshead. Feb 11th at 12.00. Apply for free tickets. ow.ly/tdXCE Have you been a victim of online banking fraud? Do you worry about your children using tablets and smartphones? Are you...
Update. We are close to finalising school requests for equipment. It has been a mammoth task. Inevitably given high demand for certain items there will be some disappointment. We have tried to be as fair as possible. We will begin Anti-Blemish a I spy software for...
Welcome to our Spring Term newsletter. We hope the term has started well. This newsletter will keep you up to date with developments in Gateshead and nationally. EYFS Update Spring 2014
Please download our latest newsletter below - keeping you up to date with the support offered by our Primary Team. Primary Spotlight January 2014
Dates: 12 February 2014, 9am - 2.30pm OR 25 March 2014, 9am - 2.30pm At the end of this session participants will be able to define "stress" and understand how it differs from pressure. They will also be able to outline the legal duties and risk implications for both...
At all levels within school they offer guidance, support and challenge.
NQTs, middle and senior leaders have all benefitted from robust training to develop practice. Andrew Firth